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nicci haynes
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  • Canberra
  • Australia
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nicci haynes's Discussions

page flip software

Started this discussion. Last reply by nicci haynes Mar 16, 2012. 3 Replies

letraset: rub on transfer lettering

Started this discussion. Last reply by nicci haynes Oct 8, 2009. 3 Replies

ink: Quink

Started this discussion. Last reply by judy bourke Apr 22, 2009. 1 Reply

 

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Your website address:
http://niccihaynes.com.au
Name of institution/organisation/press/studio?
Australian National University
Background
I print, mostly etching and draw; draw on prints, print on drawings. Also make books.
Your Blog address
http://drawing000.wordpress.com

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At 16:32 on October 1, 2011, julie barratt said…

Hey Nicci,

Great to meet you at Impact too. Had a fab time..am inspired.

At 22:46 on February 7, 2011, cheryl penn said…
Hey Nicci - thanks for commenting on discussion - this particular project is just about finished. I will tell you about the next one if you're keen?
At 2:37 on January 23, 2011, cheryl penn said…
Your book in the textile group is fantastic.
At 6:19 on December 24, 2010, Arlyn Ende said…

Nicci, here's a link to a catalog for an exhibit "Blueprints" by two friends of mine, Susan Weil and José Betancourt. I saw several blues on your website,,,is there another site where I could see more of them? I enjoy your conceptual thinking....please keep me on your mail list. Thanks, Arlyn

http://http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1633278?ce=blurb_ew

At 13:18 on February 1, 2010, nicci haynes said…
Me too, at the beginning of something new(ish) although don't know exactly what. Still hanging on to the wire and mesh.
At 8:37 on February 1, 2010, Jan Hogan said…
Hi Nicci
I'm at the beginnings of a new series, so it is at that really awful stage, really exciting ideas and terrible realisations! I'm also doing a drawing on my loungeroom wall but find it hard with all the family around. I'll get there eventually. How about you?
Jan
At 16:14 on January 31, 2010, Jan Hogan said…
Hi Nicci
Nice photos! I'll have to try and do something for my page!
Jan
At 13:43 on May 15, 2009, Mei Sheong WONG said…
BTW just looked at your pix - lovely stuff!!
Mei
At 13:42 on May 15, 2009, Mei Sheong WONG said…
Hi Nicci,
Thanks!
It's part of a lithograph called Three Graces.
The whole pic should be visible on my website (under Prints category):
www.wastrels.com.au
If you are coming to Adelaide in August, will be exhibiting at a few venues during SALA (South Australian Living Artists) festival 09...
Ari Gallery (109 Melbourne St, North Adelaide) - artists-run space;
Bittondi Printmakers Association (Aberfoyle Park) - open-access print studio;
St Ignatius School fundraising event (Queen St, Norwood).
Happy art-making!
Regards,
Mei
At 11:13 on November 7, 2008, Sara Bowen said…
Hi Nicci, I couldn't figure out how to reply to your discussion about warpy cutting mats so I thought I'd post a comment instead - have you tried leaving it outside on a flat surface in the sun for a few hours? I haven't tried it with a cutting mat, but when I came over here I had some large thick plastic mats that had been rolled up in transit and I laid them out on the drive way and the sun did the trick. They're flat as a pancake now! Hope this works, Sara
 
 
 

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